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in the gaddafi era. the prime minister has maintained a hard-line message in recent months since he came to power. it was no different on monday. >> this will make us more insistent that we will not surrender to anyone or bend to anyone come and no one can twist our armed. and no one can twist our armed. >-- arm. >> the law has been stalled and the national congress. it is meant to prevent officials who worked in the gaddafi government from participating in government -- in politics. they still have not grade -- agreed on terms. this is all against the backdrop of brewing tension between the government and the complex network of arms groups -- of armed groups that emerged since the toppling of colonel gaddafi. some are believed to be vigilantes and opportunists. a new security strategy will focus on gradually phasing them out and bringing in a national security governed by law. people who were used to fill the security balchem -- vacuum after the fall of gaddafi. >> now to a milestone in american sports. with the words "i am gay, co. -- i am gay," jason collins became the first male athlete in a
months later, the president is making -- making his first is to south sudan gaddafi two country split, south sudan stopped production of oil because of its dispute with the north. the industry was a major source of revenue for both countries. all was months of negotiations, with each side watching to see how long the other side could hold its nerve. wishing khartoum to cooperate and vice versa. of them haveone collapsed. week, oil production in south sudan was restarted. signs thatother relations were improving. acountry agreed to implement demilitarized zone. cobham's remain. there is disputed territory. both countries have experienced currency depreciation. maybe them in assessing the forces khartoum to cooperate. both countries are in economic distress and have severe problems at home. neither side can any longer site -- afford to have conflict with its neighbor. payypress will have to money toward its and bailout -- cypress will have to pay money toward its bailout. will have to pay money toward its bailout funding eu. the $9 billion that they were originally asked to find, they h
on mubarak, when gaddafi had blood on his handles since 2003, he had been a very important ally of this country, giving us more information about terrorists because it was in his interest to keep terrorists at bay. giving us more information about terrorism at times than any other countries were able to give us. and that was repaid by this administration, helped bomb gaddafi and his troops and support the radicals that back at the time, some of us here on the floor were explaining, we don't know who all's involved in the revolution but we know there are al qaeda elements of this revolution. let's stop, this is not a good idea. until we know who's side we should be on. this administration turns against its allies and tries to buy off its enemies. so, if this administration were going to be consistent, it would seem that the thing to do , the thing possibly to expect is for this administration to offer something as the clinton administration did, to north korea, hey, you know, we'll build you a nuclear plant, we'll do something, if you'll just promise us that you won't develop nuc
security forces arrested three wanted members of the gaddafi regime after a gun battle in cairo and deported two of them back to libya. three weeks later, libya deposited $2 billion in the egyptian central bank. both governments denied the events are related. >> he was on the board of the national bank of egypt. she says far too little is known about the government will use these loans. >> this complicates the problem in the future. >> egypt's third would-be savior is turkey, giving egypt $2 billion in aid, but only if egypt welcomes the army of turkish businessmen who travel with prime minister erdowan and if they buy turkish exports. so many egyptians are asking, what is the quid pro quo? what price is egypt going to have to pay for getting all these dollars? then there's another problem. egypt has to service the $36 billion in foreign debt it already owes, and it's going to need some of those libyan and qatari dollars to do that. so effectively, it's borrowing to pay its debt. and as any shopkeeper will tell you, that's a bad position to be in. but the government says it's ma
after the ousting of omar gaddafi, libya is awash with weapons. there are militias of which the government has no control. jacky rowland, al jazeera, paris. >> and international nuclear body says it has detected traces of gases that could indicate that north korea did conduct a nuclear test earlier this year. the copperheads of nuclear test ban treaty organizations is radioactive isotopes were found that a monitoring station in japan. north korea has been threatening to launch a missile after it was slapped with more sanctions over its nuclear program. it will use force to expel any chinese ships that arrive at a disputed island in east china sea. it made the announcement as eight chinese vessels into the area. here is the report on the latest events surrounding these islands. aroundlatest standoff the disputed islands known as , they arend china protest onboard a a small flotilla around the islands west shadowed by japanese coast guard vessels and chinese surveillance ships. the set in advance by eight chinese vessels into what japan says is its territory resulted in a warn
and demanding they fire officials who served under former dictator will more gaddafi. this comes just days after the french embassy in libya was bombed. >> the cia has reportedly delivered millions of dollars in cash to afghanistan's president to more than 10 years. operative's regularly brought bags stuffed with money to hamas karzai's office. he has confirmed that they did receive money from the cia, but they said it was a small amount. argentina celebrates its first queen and the netherlands prepare for its first king in more than a century. >> all that and more after the break. please stay tuned. >> whenever the netherlands celebrates a big event, the entire nation wears orange, the color of the dutch monarchy. expect to see a lot tomorrow when the queen hands over the reins of the crown to her son. >> she bid farewell in a live televised address thinking her subjects for their love and affection. she is been on the throne since 1980 when her own mother around kid in the throne. >> he will be the first dutch king in 120 years. here's a closer look at the market in waiting. >> he has been all
where it's moammar gaddafi anyified. we learned how vitally how important these first pieces of information can be. if it gets framed effectively enough. cenk: in the election. >> talking about the election. this nonsense from steve king and fox news and this instant speculation about a saudi national, how vital it is to quash that stuff and make sure people know that it's not true as quickly as possible, because the first pieces of information that stick with people tend to stick throughout. cenk: that gets stuck in their heads, whether it's right or wrong. that's why the pentagon will often frame like if our helicopter goes down, it was just an accident. a week later they're saying by the way and that happens all the time. oh bin laden hid behind his wife. oh, he didn't. everybody thinks he did now. >> we heard all kinds of speculation that turned out to be all wrong. the brother, there was all kinds of crazy things. cenk: absolutely. when we come back, one last thing on this is how likely are you to be involved or a victim of a terrorist attack? i'm going to give you the n
. these men accused the government of not passing a law fast enough that would prevent gaddafi's former officials from serving in a new ministration. >> we demand that the general national congress approved the new law, so that these corrupt elements are purged from our ministries. >> for many of these protesters and former rebels, the government is stealing the revolution. >> we will continue to march and correct the course of the revolution. we will go on with our protests at the foreign ministry, interior ministry, and all other ministries until we clean out all remnants of the former regime. >> one of the greatest challenges for libya's new government has been security. to try to meet some of the demands of various armed groups in the country awash with weapons. charles strafford, al jazeera. haverian rebel fighters called for government troops to defect in a battle near the city of aleppo. they told soldiers they will be reunited with their families if they put down their weapons. there is much at stake in the fight for the town. rebels are hoping to cut off the government supply l
middle eastern war, but the air force did work in libya to help overthree gaddafi. i think it would works in serious. defense contractors want us to go to war. the senators who represent the defense contractors are graham and mccain. the oil companies are like ain't no oil, you know, and many other companies, don't see a profit in it. it's just basically defense contractors versus everybody else who doesn't want to go. in that rare case, i think defense contractors lose, they can cross a red line, blue line, purple line and we're not going. >> isn't it interesting that they asked president obama these questions about syria, like he's not president of the united states, but president of the world. like it's his responsibility to take care of it. isn't there a group of arab states that want to get involved. aren't they interested at all in this? cenk: i got a tweet from an angry right winger saying it's close to turkey, why don't you arabs deal with it. turks are not arabs. >> you couldn't get in 140 characters what you want to say to him. cenk: arabs going to the rescue is going to be zero
. they are demanding the government get rid of former gaddafi loyalist and hire rebel fighters who helped overthrow the dictator. so far no, protesters have entered the building. keep an eye on that situation. still to come, when it comes to immigration reform, the so-called gang of eight gets the headlines but they are not the only game in town. louisiana senator leland vittert joins us live to offer imhis ideas on immigration reform alternatives. >>> when we come back -- >> there are more benghazi hearings coming. i think they will be explosives. >> shannon: he has strong words over the attack in benghazi. that's after this break. ♪ [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber one 90 calorie brownie has all the deliciousness you desire. the brownie of your dreams is now deliciously real. we can afford to take an extra trip this year. first boston... then san francisco. hotwire checks the competitions' rates every day so they can guarantee their low prices. so our hotels were half price. ♪ h-o-t-w-i-r-e... ♪ hotwire.com alright, right in the old bucket. good toss! see that's much better! tha
the fact that gaddafi had no nuclear weapons and he is dead and buried, that north korea does, that kim jong , reckless, inexperienced, but nonetheless in control of his country. what do you think the iranians are concluding from this? and how do we make sure that the iranians don't wrong the -- draw the wrong conclusion? is there anything we can do to make sure they don't. director clapper, you may have seen that maliki wrote an op-ed recently in the "washington post," among other things he said iraq opposes any arms transfers to either side in syria. do you buy it? or do you believe that maliki and the iraqi government is knowingly and willfully allowing flights of arms over iraqi territory to supply the assad regime? is a much different type of country than libya and north korea. that said, though, i think iran like the rest of the community watched with interest as far as what was going on in libya, came together against the gaddafi government. also watching north korea as far as what the international community had done as far as sanctions and other types of pressure on the north k
. they see a lack of commitment by the united states, for example, in libya, post gaddafi. they know which way the wind is blowing. for you to tell this committee that well, we'll make that decision later on. they are making accommodation for the united states' departure right now and that's one of the reasons why we're seeing a lot of the difficulties that we're seeing. i strongly urge you to do what general mattis did and that is to give us an estimate. the general didn't voice all the concerns and caveats that you just articulated. we know that the afghans wants to know what the size of our commitment is and what the size of the army that we will support is critical for their planning in the future. so i strongly urge you to come up with a number to tell this committee and the american people. we have a responsibility as well. for you to say well, we're just going to see how things turn out. it will term determine the size of the 2014 force i believe is a tragic and terrible mistake. >> senator, can i comment on that? >> sure. >> to be clear, i didn't say leave it completely vague. we a
by the united states, for example, in libya, post gaddafi. for you to tell this committee that well, we'll make that decision later on. they are making accommodation for the united states' departure right now and that's one of the reasons why we're seeing a lot of the difficulties that we're seeing. i strongly urge you to do what general mattis did and that is to give us an estimate. the general didn't voice all the concerns and caveats that you just articulated. we know that the afghans wants to know what the size of our commitment is and what the size of the army that we will support is critical for their planning in the future. so i strongly urge you to come up with a number to tell this committee and the american people. we have a responsibility as well. for you to say well, we're just going to see how things turn out. it will determine the size of the 2014 force -- i believe is a tragic and terrible mistake. >> senator, can i comment on that? >> sure. >> to be clear, i didn't say leave it completely vague. we are today advising and assisting at the battalion level. the number post-2014 is
there are mistakes in judgment. mistakes in judgment like helping bomb gaddafi even though this administration had agreements with him, he was providing intel on radical islamic terrorists, that source is gone now and this administration, despite being warned by many of us, look, we know there are al qaeda actually embedded in the revolutionaries, don't help until we know who we're help, but this administration made clear it didn't need congressional approval, it did not need congressional authority, it had been asked to help by the islamic, the organization islam excouncil and by nato so forget what congress, all the elected representatives of the people of texas and all 49 other states and all of the territories, forget what they think. i'll just do what i want. i am proud to count michael as a aycy -- mulcasey friend, i admered him as a judge in many cases but particularly at the trial of the blind sheikh after the bombing of the world trade cent for the 1993. he did a great job. and the prosecutors did great jobs. and -- andrew mccarthy should ever have the thanks and acclaim he deserves inste
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